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Voice games, Diversity, VOICE Talks

VOICE Talks: Here's What You Missed From Episode Two


The second episode of VOICE Talks graced thousands of screens around the world on Tuesday, May 26th, to share the magic of building voice assistants. With a focus on how women, in particular, are leading in the field, this episode featured an entire line up of fantastic developers, directors, and engineers who are not only changing the face of tech, but also helping other women to do the same.

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Voice games, Voice technology, Education

This Award-Winning Voice Tech Actually Understands 'Kid Speech'

 

Children can be eccentric little talkers. Their made-up words and "creative" pronunciation are notoriously difficult for traditional speech recognition technology to make sense of. But while most voice-enabled devices have the misguided optimism that kids will speak to them somewhat normally (often to much disappointment), some voice-first companies have dedicated themselves to truly understanding how kids talk and carefully adapting their tech to them.

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Voice games, Voice assistant, Create

6 Voice-Controlled Games That Prove Voice Belongs in Gaming

(Psst! If you're reading this before March 31st, use the code VOICEBLOG10 to get 10% off your ticket.)

Voice is storming the gaming industry—and the results are actually pretty fun. From bingo and board games to full-on adventure stories, voice assistants are replacing cards and tangled cords to make gaming much more accessible.

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Voice games, Voice assistant, Smart devices

Smart Speakers are Giving Virginia Lottery A New Voice

Image credit: COLAB

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Voice games, Voice assistant, Alexa skills

Matchbox.io Uses Voice-First Games as A Natural Way of Learning

Credit: matchbox.io

Alexa and gaming have been rubbing shoulders since day one. From guiding children through LEGO adventures to multi-player trivia games for bored drivers, Voice has proven to be the new frontier of gaming.

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Voice games, Voice technology,

Drivetime: Making Boring Commutes Fun With Voice-First Games

Did you know that over 110 million commuters in the U.S. that travel to and from work alone?

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